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《Nursing and Rehabilitation Journal》 2012-03
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Survey and analysis on postoperative sleep quality and influencing factors for orthopedics patients

WANG Ai-ping,MEI Wei-ting,WANG Gui-pingpeople's Hospital of Tiantai,Tiantai Zhejiang 317200,China  
Objective To observe the postoperative sleep quality and influencing factors for orthopedics patients.Method Investigate 350 patients by Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index(PSQI) and self-designed questionnaire on risking factors of sleep quality.Analyze the underlying factors by Logistic regression model.Result The average score of PSQI is(8.38±3.52).57.4% patients suffering from dyssomnia.Risking factors of sleep quality are pain,compulsive position,concern on prognosis,economic burden,noise in wards and change in living habits.Conclusion Orthopedics patients have poor sleep quality.Countermeasures on nursing should be taken to improve their sleep quality.
【CateGory Index】: R473.6
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